Friday Confessional 4.15.16
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Good morning, lovelies!
Confession is good for the soul, so grab the button and let it all out. You’ll feel better when you’re finished.
In addition to everything that I wrote about yesterday, we had a national top producer in the insurance field visit our professional organization on Tuesday. I volunteered to drive him down to Charleston where his next engagement was. Spending time one-on-one with one of the highest producers in your industry is a rare opportunity.
I’m both thrilled and terrified that he’s taken an interest in mentoring me. Working with someone of that caliber means that you have to make changes in your practice if you want to reach the goals he sets in front of you. I want to make strides in my career, but it gives me butterflies to try to picture the level of production he’s proposing.
Since I missed class on Monday because our organization took this speaker to dinner that evening, I stopped in on a judo class in Charleston before coming home Tuesday; I know the Sensei at the school because he is enrolled in my massage course.
It was a lot of fun to train with new people, and judo is similar enough to jujitsu that I didn’t feel lost. But, man, it was a workout; those boys do not like to be thrown. I found myself pretty sore the next day. Paired with Wednesday’s jujitsu class, my abs are now so sore that I don’t want to do anything that might engage them.
We have massage course this weekend, which means I’ll be pretty much living in the dojo. At least I’ll get several rubs, which should alleviate the sore muscle.
I confess that I’m not done with my homework. I spent most of the evening yesterday coloring in my Anatomy Coloring Book. I still have some reading and a quiz/review to complete.
This weekend, the Mister and I also celebrate our sixth wedding anniversary. Time sure is moving quickly.
Next month, we’ll also reach 11 years in our relationship. I’ve spent more of my adult life in a relationship with him than single; that’s hard to believe.
I’m ready for a weekend with no plans, which I think will be next weekend. I just want to chill with my dogs and crochet for a little bit. Gotta get those products wrapped up to launch the new etsy site. Have you liked the Chasing Blue Jays facebook page yet?
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